The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current, September 12, 1907, Image 1

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    Madras
Pioneer
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MADRAS, CROOK COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY. SEPTEMEfEFf 12, 1907.
NO. 4
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
FAIR IS POSTPONED
New Spring Goods
ItmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmMmmmmmmmtammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmHmmmmtm
Now. ready for inspection
Our grocery line is complete. Remember
We can handle all your slock that is ready
for markcl; at the best prices. Come in
and talk to us ,
LENA M. LAMB;
Madras, Oregon
pRANK OSBORN
U. S. COMMISSIONER
Towiulto Duliaing
MADKA8 dllUOON
ft?
J. Wi French Pros. H, A, Moore, Vtco-Pres. FT. Hurlburt, Cnehlor
EASTERN OREGON BANKING COMPANY !
FOREIGN EXCHANGE BOUCHT AND SOLO
DRAFTS ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
Qlt. II X HOLD CbAKKK ,
DENTIST
Alt kliidn of DunUl Work at reasonable prices.
I'ltlNKVlLLK, OltKQON
fyAX LUEDDEMANN
NOTARY PUBLIC
MADRAS OREGON
by the traction freighting out
lit. These coudtljqns. have
templed the farmer to.jthreah in
,, order to take advantage of an
Crook County Meeting Will ltflmeditfto cash market, rather
Not Open Until October 24 out (or hay and wait for a
inaiKet later on. Althotlgli tlie
net price at which grain will
open in this market is not ym
determined, it is believed that
it will be in the neighborhood
Excollont Exhibit and Flno Raeo Ol 00 CefltS.
Proarnm Promjsod Big Attend
ance In Antlclpatod
BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE
RESURVEY THE LINE
nglneerh
Relocating Oregon
Trunk Up Deschutes
ROBERT REA IS IN CHlRdE OF PARTY
A CONVENIENT BARN
Errors In , Platting ,prmet Survey
Said to Havo Caused .Difficulty
In Getting Right of Way
Q C. COLLVER
NOTARY PUBLIC
JUWICK OP TlfK I'KACK
CUIA'Ell 1'IIKCINCT
CULVER
F II. SNOOK
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
OIlco In Urn Store.
MADRAS
The third annual Crook
County Fair, to be held at
I'rineville, has been postponed
uniil October 24, 23. 26. 28 and
i.r . I i i .
zu, inese, dates oeinif morn
convenient for a large nutuher
OREGON of those who desire to attend
The lair will be bigger and bet
ier mis year man ever oeiore
I r. . I I
mm rniieviue is arrancinfr to
take care 'if the largest crowd
that ever gathered together
there at one lime.
Farmers and ranchers from
0KKG0N
George Rodman, who Is farin-
has one ol the best ectuipped Arr.vey of the Deschutes
ranches in the county, and one nm W. 9rl tUefUregon TrunK
of the improvements on the M",e railroad will be made.
i .
ranch of which he is iustlv vvitu a full. crew of 20 .men m
proud is a large1 barn which he charge of Robert Rea, the work'
I I . J M . II Va . I - . - 1 . . I V.
ouut ttl a coat 01 $2000. The ms ueii inaugurated atapoinii
barn was planned and built 10 miles, above the mouth oL
with.the view of facilitating ihe uIih nver, and the surveyors are
work of caring for a 'large now in the vicinity of Stierar's
number of horses, and eveiy- Bridge.
thing is most conveniently They will require, most of the
arranged., Both grain and hay r all and Winter for the. work, as
are fed from above, through 'he entire survey will have to be
Capitol Stock, S25.000
Dopoolto, $2150,000
3HANIKO, OREGON
J, H. HANER
ABSTRACTER OF TITLES
JJ0TAKY I'UHLIC
l-'lro lnnurnnne, Mfo Insurance, Surety Howls
Itoul Itnto, Conveyancing
rillNKVII.I.K, OKEOON
fjR A. A. BORRIS
MAGNETIC OSTEOPATH
ullllfuli f.r. t I -r... Tl... I rrl!lflrt tV fillllnr lltlTO Tl t CI . id! ft l.
, ., . . -- barn is efjuipped with a feed 'he government land depart-
write to the secretary, Duncan . n , , ... ,.f mi. '1
Macleod, and secure pretniutn
A. E. CROSBY
i' It o i' it 1 1: tok
STOFFICE PHARMACY
tin ( iii..ulti I.lne of OruuV Meiliplne, CIiphiIi-hIi, Hoiiu'ImiKI V.Bintxtlos
t- MiuiilrluH mill I'lmto Hnpl'llai. (Niiiuiry 11 nil Order I glvu my inrnuml
i i:i A (imilimto Iti olinrgti. Unfit ilollt'ory KiiHrniucrfil. Your iro.orlptlou
' 1 ' n i Hlrjcliiiliio miiI 1'ctt Detro)ur. fitdrk Knoili nmt Dljn of nil kinds.
,ii l.itntmnii KoUk. Until 'I'ltoiiei. U'UOLBSAI.K AND Itiri AIU
DALLES,
lists, so that they may prepare
an exhibit for this year's fair
We have had an unusually
good season, and this end ol
the county could malie an ex
hibit of grains, fruits and Win-
tf-r vegetables that would
attract tne attention ot visitors
l)U!siKi!nin'il wiilioutilruKS orsuri-fry l Hie iair 10 I lie posst Dill ties ot
11V IIIIL'I l!l i: OMt.'OII .1111 V. I IU B V fiCL' HT I .t e r .1
of .Iruu'lesH Ih-hHhk. Chronic casus "ry lauu iarmmg III tins section.
hmsplnlty. CoiiMiltiuion f.cu. . Itwould be an advertisement
1 riiiiti jtiiiiku rnt'jtti ti iiri itm iiitiir iinrniitt fii " -
IV(I1M llbl T I VU M"IIIIIIV"V jfM w I
imitiiiuro.OiuKuii. - that would do much cood if our
1
omcc in Adnms UuiiaiiiK section, in t ompetition with all
1
Oregon the irrigated and non irrigated
fanning districts of Crook
County, could carry oft the
n.K.ALui., l'rosidont. . - . tueniiums. and be believe tlini
Wiu. Wunxivmu:i! Vice I'rw. ii-uail ue (lone.
I!.IULivi.s,Aat. Cashier. T ..jlditinn tn tliP evliihit r.f
The First National Bank
MADRAS
chopper, operated bv a lartre meui. rue roaa passes over
windmill, and this same power '"any miles of government lands
runs the saw which cuts up the a"d right of vmy - must, be
Winter's supply ol wood, and a applied lor m accordance with.
grindstone and emery wheel for the plats and field notes of the..
sharpening tools. All . grain survey. It is said that owing .
and hay is weighed on a large to errors in the former survey
scale, built in the barn. Water the company's application forf
for the stock is piped 3000 feet tbese rights of way was' not
to the barn from the hills south granted, and that the company
of the ranch, and everything in must submit corrected field
connection with the big barn is notes an.d plats.
haudy and convenient. The distance over which the
crew will work is approximate-
EXTENDINC FLOUR TRADE lY ll,u Miles, and the interior
destination t9 'Madras. The
Henry Diutzel, secretary of company has aecently pur-
the Madras Milling Company, chased lands and real estate
left last week for Southern ln Madras and vicinity. Much
Crook coiin tv and Northern of the right of way has been
Lake to look into the market M50"11, and when the new' plats
OF PRINEVILLE. OREGON
ta nl
fair, fin excellent speed program fror Madras llo,,r i(1 that Sectio' a li,ed and government rights
has been prepared for the en- ast year, just before the mill of way granted the company
t s r ..... Hosed down, they had a good "'ill be ready to begin construe-
fair, and with the good purses
OREaOa,CM..u.S pwnu l,,ttt are oiKred, many good
$1 00,000.00
horses will be attracted from
the outside.
lEAUTIFUL MONOGRAM
B THRESHING OUT WELL
DINNER
SET of 42 Pieces
TO EACH OF OUR CUSTOMERS
This is, without doubt, the finest offer ever made to our many pati'ons, and
we know that it will be appreciated as the most sensible and most useful premium
ever placed by any firm. This opportunity to secure so bcautiul . a set on our
popular plan does not come vdry often, so We suggest to you that you avail yourself
of this opportunity to secure a set while they last, and we will have enough to
supply every family. We extend our most welcome invitation to every man,'
woman and child to come to our store immediately and sec the sets On display.
Monogram Dinner Sets are all the rage, so come and see ihem; choose your
design and learn hoW to securo a sot containing 42 piccesi
market for their Hour in that tlon 11 is said the route has
locality, but on account of the a maximum grade of 1 per
lailure of their wheat supply cent. Portland Journal.
were compelled to shut down,
and could not supply the crow WILL BUILD WAREHOUSE
ing demand for their products.
'1U. to. .. Xr TV:i...-l 1 T.timlinn tn UI ., 1.1,T tl.S
jliho ociiouu lueaaia. iteiiitJi aim umuci 10 uciuii uuuieu ima
Ylold Excoodlng Estimates of Grain
Production Moro Acres Too
J. W. & M. A.
ROBINSON
& COMPANY
Putz expect to be able to keep week for the new warehouse
their mill going continuously, which will be built by the Cen-
and they are now making ar- 'ral Oregon .Transportation fc
rangements to handle a big Forwarding Company, and as
Reports from the various trade. Mr. Putz says that the Noon as Carpenters can be
threshing crews which are busy mill will begin to grind b' the secured, work will be begun on
garnering this year's crop con- 20th of this month, by which the structure, whiflh is to be 50
mine most encouraging, and time Mr. Dietzel will return, and by 60 feet in dimensions, with
the yield is running all. the way that they hope to keep the mill provision made for extension as
from 15 to 40 bushels to the going without further interrup- 'equired by the business of the
acre. It was reported here tion. The wheat produced in company. The warehouse will
yesterday that on the Strain this section is of a high grade, be built on lots purchased of J.
place, farmed this year by H. testing nearly CO pounds as an W. Liviugstoti, in the tract
Links, the wheat turned out average, and the' expect to put north of the Green Hotel. This
forty bushels to the acre, which out a high grade of Hour. tract was bought by Mr. Living-
is the best yield so far reported ston from A. W. Boyce, and as
this season. Harvesting has YOUNC ORCHARD BEARS FRUIT soon as surveyors can be secured
been delayed somewhat by the he expects to 'have it platted
several very unusual rains A. W. Bovce has a four-vear- into au addition to the town of
which have visited this section, old orchard at his ranch near Madras. Meanwhile he has
but except for theso short Haystack, which this year , is sold the traction company a
delays, is proceediug most sat- bearing abundantly. There small tract, equal to about four
isfaetorily. . are p"eaoh, apple and pear trees, lots in size. The new warehouse
As the threshing proceeds, and all of them are loaded will be ready by the time the
all former estimates of the crop down with fruit. The orchard bulk of the grain in this section
will have to be revised, as the is located on the high plateau begins to move, and is being
grain is yielding fully twenty- land, similar in character to the bnik by the traction conipaiiy
bulk of the land throughout for the purpose of facilitating
this section, and it has been the handling of the "large
grown entirely without irriga- amount of grain which will
live per cent better than was
expected, and the acreage to be
threshed is larger than was
ligurod oik Many who had ex
pected to cut their grain for hay
havo concluded to thresh. This
is duo to the high price of grain
at the railroad which makes it
possible for the farnijev to carry
lis grain that'distauoe to mar
tion. The fruit is of a line doubtless-be hauled by them
quality and flavor. Tho Boyce during the present season. The
orchard is a practical demon- warehouse will also acconuno
stration of what may be acuom- date such freight as is brought
pushed 111 tins section 111 the this lar by the traction engine,
way ol growing Iruit ou'thoingh
ply ten u lands, without irriga-
ket this season, and also to tin-; tion,' and this section' muy in
Improvement in the facilities : time become famous as 11
for handling the crop, promised district.
to be forwarded by freighters
from hero to the interior, and as
the forwarding busineos in
iuit ereasos, additional atoi-raom
for handling it will bo provided.